Learn more about intelligence through the ages from ancient times up to post 9/11. The Museum includes an extensive collection of espionage related artifacts in the permanent exhibition. Explore our interactive experiences where you can test your spy skills, or engage from home with one of our virtual events.




Each week, the International Spy Museum offers a new SpyCast featuring interviews and programs with ex-spies, intelligence experts, and espionage scholars. SpyCast is hosted by the Museum's Historian and Curator, Andrew Hammond.

View the Collection


The Spy Museum recognizes the ingenuity and imagination of real-life spies with the largest collection of international espionage artifacts ever placed on public display.

Exclusive Look

Video Series

Missed one of our programs? Explore our YouTube video series featuring full-length programs, exclusive interviews with real spies, collection highlights and more!

Recommended Reading

Spy Books

Peek into the world of espionage with our favorite books. This curated list from the Spy Museum's book buyer and education team features quarantined-approved reads for the wanna-be spy.

Watch List

Eyes Only

Need a cinematic distraction? Consider this list of must-watch spy films, your first assignment on the way to becoming a full-fledged espionage expert.

Espionage Facts

Get the Intel

Peer inside the secret world. Learn the language of espionage. Hear about tradecraft—the tools and techniques—and some famous spies. We’re pulling back the curtain on the shadowy world of espionage, here are the Museum’s Frequently Asked Questions.

Virtual Team Bonding

Adult Team Building

Take your colleagues, friends, or family undercover with a private virtual tour, spy trivia, scavenger hunts, or a cocktail hour with a spy. Discover the shadow world of spying... from the comfort of your couch.


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The Museum presents a wide array of free educational programs for adult audiences.
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Amanda Ohlke

Adult Education Director